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We are proud to welcome several new Ontario based Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ERP customers spanning a variety of industries, including Industrial Equipment, Community Health Care, Plastic Injection Mold Making, Packaging Solutions, Oil and Gas, Automotive Fixtures, and Metal Fabrication. Décor Grates (high quality decorative and functional vents and grilles), Mé Algoods Casters (metal fab, distribution),… Read more »

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VoxISM Now Supports Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Toronto, On. – Jan 6, 2015 – Vox ISM, the premier provider of CRM solutions for Microsoft Dynamics, announced today full support for Dynamics CRM 2015, the newest CRM release from Microsoft. “We’re committed to keeping pace with the release schedule for all Dynamics CRM and ERP products,”… Read more »

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The ability to create your own dashboards in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 is probably one of the best features from Microsoft yet. Simple to use, easy to create and extremely powerful. Sometimes all your team needs is a little inspiration to get the ball rolling in designing a dashboard that works for you. Check out… Read more »

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We have a number of clients on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and CRM 2011 who refused to upgrade to CRM 2013 because they had too many customs and it was going to be too expensive. But after watching Neilson Lopes’, National Partner Technology Strategist, Dynamics CRM at Microsoft present at our User Group Conference in… Read more »

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Codenamed “Vega” Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 is now generally available. This latest release aims to break down barriers and improve collaboration between sales and marketing teams. Bob Stutz, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, said in his blog post, “We are now firmly on a path for continuous and consistent innovation with a six month release… Read more »

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Let’s face it, the more efficiently your internal teams work together, the more effective your company will be. Unfortunately, with traditional software, it’s almost inevitable that silos will begin to form. Your sales team might use one set of applications to track and monitor their customers, while marketing will use a different suite to plan… Read more »

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